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Get Showtime and Amazon Music Unlimited bundled for just $0.99/month for a limited time

It might not be Black Friday yet, but the discounts and deals are already starting to roll in. This month, Amazon launched a promotion that bundled their Amazon Music Unlimited with Showtime, as part of their Prime Video channels. But hurry! This deal won’t last until December – if you wanted to nab the pair as a Christmas present, you’ll want to grab them now.

The Showtime and Amazon Music Unlimited deal will only cost you $0.99 per month for three months before reverting to their original prices of $10.99/month and $9.99/month, respectively. You can sign up on the Amazon website right now to watch hit shows like Billions, The Chi, and more.

With Amazon Music Unlimited, you’ll get unlimited access to over 75 million songs without any ads. You will be able to access music offline with unlimited skips, just in case you are on a plane or subway with no service. The music streamer includes thousands of stations and top playlists, as well as hit podcasts.

On the Showtime side, you’ll get the full streamer ad-free. Just like Amazon Music Unlimited, you will be able to download and watch shows and movies offline. You don’t need cable to access your movies, TV series, boxing, etc. favourites.

This deal comes at a key time for all Showtime fans. The streamer just premiered the first episode of Dexter: new blood, the revival of the hit crime drama. They are also ready to premiere yellow jackets, a psychological horror series that will be released for streaming at the end of this weekend. On the cinema side, in November, Showtime will launch a documentary Cusp and the highly anticipated A24 drama Humans for Thanksgiving.

Sign up on the Amazon website and don’t delay. This deal will only last a few more weeks – you have until November 22 to sign up for this package.

Sign up for the Amazon Music Unlimited + Showtime special bundle